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Back Speakers don't work!!

I have an LG 37LG7000 TV with LG HT503PH home theatre system,

when i test the speakers in 5.1 setup mode everything is fine, however, when i change to ht speakers set up on my tv, I don't get any sound from back two large speakers. Please help, it's driving me mad!!

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